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#2 of 9 things to do in East Kilbride
As well as the many walks through the park there is also a small family zoo which is great for kids and plenty of places to sit and have picnics
There are plenty of nature trails which are safe and for all ages and abilities, and plenty of open space for playing frisbee or football.
#3 of 9 things to do in East Kilbride
Suitable for all ages and abilities, suitable for young cyclists, kids on scooters or roller skates, wheelchair users and families with babies in prams.
Lovely flat walk round Loch suitable for all ages and abilities.
#6 of 9 things to do in East Kilbride
A great place for walking your dog,and good for meeting other dogs,recommend this place,a great place to get fresh air
#8 of 9 things to do in East Kilbride
East Kilbride shopping centre is great , there are lots of shops and the new hub with choice of restaurants is good .
Been here twice recently, free parking on both occasions, and lots of shops and restaurants, serving a wide range of foods.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Glasgow, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
This museum has something for everyone, from art by artists such as Picasso and Salvador Dali to Monet and traditional Scottish artists to collections of artefacts and stuffed animals from around the world all hou...
Great way for people of all ages to get along and enjoy .The museum must rank as one of the best in the UK .It also hosts one of Europes finest art galleries with most of the great masters on display .Transport is...
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University of Glasgow

Glasgow, UK 8.3 mi away
#9 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
You will have the pleasure of seeing some superb architecture in its buildings as well as being able to walk around and share the academic and friendly atmosphere you will find here.
... to the Palace of Westminster in Its architecture.Visit the Universities museums,art gallery and the "Macintosh House".The Glasgow tour bus stops right outside the main building and Glasgow University Gift Shop.
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Govan Old Parish Church

Glasgow, UK 8.3 mi away
#10 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
If you're going to the Riverside Museum, it's easy and fun to take the little ferry across the river and then walk a few minutes to the church (which is itself well worth a visit).
We also liked the wee ferry ride and met two Italians and three Germans on the boat The volunteers were very friendly and knew their stuff so we gave a donation to keep it going.
#11 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Excellent place to visit loads for children to do and see took my two grandsons aged seven they loved it all the history large sand pit outside the ship was the highlight for them plus it's free entry will definit...
Free entry with donation boxes around the site and well worth making donations keep to keep it free if you can afford a little fantastic site with loads to see and do interactive activities around the whole museum
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Glasgow Police Museum

Glasgow, UK 6.7 mi away
#12 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Although small and free to enter, (and certainly worth a good donation), I can certainly recommend a visit to give you an insight into Glasgow's police force in turbulent times and the notorious characters who liv...
Visited this compact museum recently, This place is full of Glasgows Policing history and is well worth a visit for anyone with the slightest interest in policings past.

Pollok Country Park

Glasgow, UK 6.4 mi away
#15 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Worth a visit to take a step back in time very interesting and very well run, weather permitting the grounds are amazing and the walks are beautiful surrounding the main house.
Ont the south side of the city, this gem of a park has something for everyone.

City Centre Mural Trail

Glasgow, UK 6.8 mi away
#17 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Great fun to follow

The Necropolis

Glasgow, UK 6.8 mi away
#18 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
It's a gorgeous place with incredible city views, a great view of the Glasgow Cathedral, and an awesome place for history or archaeology buffs to walk around and check out the gorgeous old-time gravestones.
A calm place in Glasgow where thousands of people including historical figures have been buried with monumental tombstones... some of the stones/statues have history engraved on them... a nice walk when the weathe...
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Pollok Estate and Country Park

Glasgow, UK 6.4 mi away
#19 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
The Burrell (closed for a couple of years) is a light filled building with some incredible museum pieces and the Highland cows are worth a visit in themselves.
The Burrell collection well worth a visit as is the cafe partially designed by Rennie Macintosh and his wife Mary.

Kelvingrove Park

Glasgow, UK 8.0 mi away
#21 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Love this park, on the bus route and easy to get to from different areas plus ample parking surrounding it but mind buy a ticket, 2 play parks for kids plus a large skate park and if your just there for wander wit...
Great place to walk around and relax, some good places to visit nearby like the University, Kelvingrove Art Museum and several sporting grounds to enjoy activity if so inclined.
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Mitchell Library

Glasgow, UK 7.6 mi away
#23 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
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Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow, UK 7.0 mi away
#24 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
... and we discovered so many interesting facts regarding the history of the Cathedral - well worth a visit - it is situated right beside the Necropolis and St Mungo's museum so all three make it a perfect day out...
Lots of history associated and then walk around the side to the Glasgow Necropolis and walk along the path up to the amazing cemetery.
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The Tall Ship at Riverside

Glasgow, UK 8.2 mi away
#25 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
This most excellent restored sailing ship is well worth a visit on its own and coupled with a visit to the adjoining Riverside Museum it is well worth at least a full morning to enjoy the historical past and curre...
There's a cosy little restaurant offering a selection of snacks and beverages at really tasty prices and lovely little gift shop for the kiddies to take home a memento of a very special visit.
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City Chambers

Glasgow, UK 7.0 mi away
#27 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
... array of prints and painting styles - Dining hall I definitely recommend checking out the city hall and doing the free tour, if you're wanting a brief overview of Glasgow's history and admire grand architecture.
A must if visiting Glasgow,really stunning.We were amazed by the beautiful marble, a very interesting place.Cannot recommend more highly.
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Hunterian Museum

Glasgow, UK 8.3 mi away
#28 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
The collection is very well curated and the anatomical displays were super interesting - well worth a visit if you have a couple of hours to spare!
Lots to do and see in the area and the majority of them are free admission.

St Andrew's Cathedral Glasgow

Glasgow, UK 6.6 mi away
#29 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
We visited with friends, it is a beautiful, serene peaceful place, ideal for an architectural or historical visit or somewhere to contemplate life’s history.
What a lovely building outside and when inside just as good,if you are lucky enough to also make one of the services then you will appreciate all the more,well worth a visit.
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Scotland Street School Museum

Glasgow, UK 6.7 mi away
#30 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
... attraction recently was very interesting as it took me back to school days there is lots to see lots of information and old classes set up to see you can spend lots of time here and its free well worth a visit
We went inside and eagerly turned over the recommended £5 donation while being greeted by a very friendly gentleman who explained a few “nice to knows” before we started exploring on our own.
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Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow, UK 8.7 mi away
#31 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
These gardens are lovely for a walk nearly all year round because of the flowerbulbs and blossoms in spring and the colours during summer and autumn The greenhouses are well worth a visit to enjoy the various spec...
Whether you are a dedicated gardener or just a casual visitor you should find this a great place to visit.
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Glasgow West End

Glasgow, UK 8.6 mi away
#33 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
You have the botanic gardens as well as tonnes of great places for food and great independent shops.
It is a great place to visit and i recommend it,
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Buchanan Street

Glasgow, UK 6.9 mi away
#34 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
... experience ranging from top designer names alongside all the high street shops this has something for everyone in the middle it as the exquisite royal exchange square and variety of pubs restaurants and coffee...
Visiting Glasgow go to Buchanan street where you will find a great big variety of shops from Frasers to all the designers shops and Princes Square.Cultural wise you have the Glasgow Concert Hall and Buchanan Galle...
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The Burrell Collection

Glasgow, UK 6.5 mi away
#35 of 322 things to do in Glasgow

Provand's Lordship

Glasgow, UK 6.9 mi away
#36 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
It is very close to Glasgow Cathedral and the Acropolis so visitors can visit the 3 places in one day I would say its well worth a visit for adults and kids alike
Perfect quick visit
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Glasgow Green

Glasgow, UK 6.4 mi away
#37 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
Great place for a walk in the city, enjoy a stroll along the river Clyde and the Victorian weir.
The Doulton Fountain, Peoples Palace and Templeton Building and historic bridges over the Clyde well worth a visit.
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Chatelherault

Hamilton 7.0 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Hamilton
Fantastic place to visit, great walk in woodland, beautiful scenery, well worth a visit, if you love being outdoors and surrounded by nature this is really the place to be, plus there is the fantastic chatelheraul...
brilliant for kids of all ages, cycling, climbing about in park visitors centre interesting great wee tea room most times they have photographic exhibitions of local artists n show back all the time we can

Duke of Wellington Statue

Glasgow, UK 6.9 mi away
#39 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
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Scottish Design Exchange

Glasgow, UK 7.2 mi away
#40 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
This shop has something for everyone, it's really well laid out too and there is just so much to choose from, from original artworks to home and giftware accessories.
It's a great place to visit if you are looking for a unique gift and the staff are super friendly and very helpful.